2021. 05. 06. 10:30
Online sales also represent an increased risk in food chain security. In the course of their work, Nabih’s employees have already witnessed, among other things, the provision of unlicensed veterinary products and services, but also the distribution of prescription products without a prescription. Professionals should also take regular action against websites selling foods, including nutritional supplements, that endanger human health or are misleading about the basic properties of the product.
Centralized Electronic Decision Resolution, i.e. KEHTA, which is managed by the NMHH, may help prevent these infringing activities in the future. By registering Nabeeh’s decisions in the KEHTA system, the potential for violating sites to be rendered inaccessible for 365 days.
The signing of the cooperation agreement laid the foundations for the use of the system, followed by the establishment of the technological conditions. In order to protect consumers, the authorities aim to begin “blackouting” websites violating the food chain as soon as reasonably practicable, if possible, from June.